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presented by russell athletic. keenan reynolds. he is with tracy wolfson. >> tracy: thanks so much and keenan, you only heard about the army-navy game but now to be able to experience it what was it like? >> it's a one of a kind experience. i'm just so blessed to be in the position that i'm in and i give all my glory to god he brought me this far and he didn't forsake me or my teammates, kept me up had a turnover late in the game kept me up encouraged me and i wouldn't want to play with combebls. >> tracy: tremendous job. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> tracy: verne. >> verne: and the russell athletic player of the game. keenan reynolds. 10 of 17. he led them to the go-ahead drive. a brilliant pass to brandon turner and then he scored the go-ahead touchdown. for gary danielson and tracy wolfson, i'm verne lundquist saying so long from philadelphia. the final score 17-13 navy. the streak is now 11 years in a row. "the jeep post-game show" is next after these messages and a word from your local station. [ male announcer ] if someone as
is philip, not a ginger, thank god. loves adele, hates russell brand. believes that one day he will get in india back for england. >> jon: wait, now that-- that is incredibly detailed for the first trimester. did you talk to one of kate's mades in waiting, did you get ahold of the medical records. >> jon, i just met him. i'm in kate middleton's uterus. >> stephen: . >> jon: what sm. >> it's beautiful, it's so pretty. >> jon: really from how is that possible? (applause) >> jon: how is that possible? >> jon, it's called journalism. listen, i didn't spend three years working for murdoch and hacking the phones of dead sollier's families to not know how to sneak up a royal vagina. whooo! >> jon: pretty ornate. >> yeah, wow. this thing is a crazy upgrade from your standard baby baker. >> jon: yeah. >> the embryonic fluid is a 1911 chateau lafite that was recovered from the titanic. the umbilical cord, hand sewn custom hermes zubling and archival print they brought back just for this little guy. and oh my god, the upstairs milk bar they're putting together? whoa, the selection, whole milk, 1%,
's official handler, a full-time job that requires him to provide constant care for the jack russell terrier. >> sometimes we left him here, i almost cried, you know, i love him. i really love this dog, you know. here, here. no. kiss, kiss, kiss. okay, kiss. kiss. okay, kiss. >> he and pacman trail the fighter almost everywhere he goes. including his hotel of choice in las vegas, the mand allmandalay. >> before, what we did was put him in a bag to go inside the mandalay. then when we see pacman is already popular, they say the pets are okay for mandalay. >> while the duo make last-minute preparations for the day's journey, the boxer gets to the gym early for a brief final workout. four rounds of sparring followed by four rounds of mitts are on the agenda. but for the scheduled departure through the desert. >> we're not going to do any photography, none during sparring today. thank you very much. >> just one exception is permitted to record. >> he's fresh. he's explosive. he's smiling, he's happy. never getting hit so hard in the mitts. he was hitting me with good shots today. >> while the wo
inside the country. >> ray, you russelled with this issues in the early days of the obama administration. i wanted to put the same question as emanuel formulated it to you, which is how does one integrate or reconcile an aggressive policy on human rights with a policy that is very centered on nonproliferation, is it impossible to do it? emanuel says there is a bay and in fact used the word expedient. i would note that the administration took fair amount of criticism after the green revolution for not speaking up strongly enough, early enough, as the crackdown began there it's also worth noting that about a year ago, the u.s. announced a set of sanctions on irgc and other officials on their human rights abuses, which is somewhat different. these sanctions were different than the typical sanctions which are very much aimed at proriff -- proliferators. so the administration would argue they have tried to grapple this. how would you answer that question. [inaudible] >> talk into the mic. >> i think when you kind of look at this issue, which is not upstrictly a u.s.-iran issue but it's imbedd
and their russell banks and, you know, their peter goldens and their judy barnes. they do love their local authors, and they do support their local authors. but on the whole albany's a good, a very -- they're a very voracious group of readers. one of the real calling cards here is, um, is our staff picks section. and we're all voracious readers, and people come in, and they have a certain amount of money to spend, they have a certain amount of time to devote to reading, and they don't really want to spend a lot of time taking a gamble on a book that they might not like. so staff picks is a section today go to immediately to find books that they like that margie read or julia read or susan taylor red, and then they -- read, and then they come back and say i really like her selections, i want to read another book like the one i just read. susan taylor's the one to guide me. and so it's a, you know, our communication with our readers that come in here is very intimate. we know what they like, and they know what we like. it used to be that you could run an independent bookstore just on love, but you c
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